Lenovo has launched the IdeaCentre A720 and calls it the slimmest All-In-One (AIO) PC to be launched in India. Lenovo’s AIO is fuelled by Intel’s third generation Core i7 processors. The IdeaCentre A720 has a 27-inch frameless,10-finger multi-touch screen which can be folded flat to turn it into an interactive tabletop for games. The AIO’s hinges are adjustable, allowing users to pull it towards the user and also fold it back. This has been implemented to enable users to comfortably use the touch applications for longer period.  The 27-inch IdeaCentre A720 is priced at a steep Rs.89,990.

Turns into an interactive tabletop for games

Turns into an interactive tabletop for games

The 27-inch AIO has a frameless display and is just 24.5 mm thick. It has an advanced Lenovo High-Sense (720p HD) webcam. As the screen is foldable (swivels -5 to 90 degrees) into an interactive tabletop for games, it comes with the Lenovo IdeaTouch which is a suite of touch-optimized applications and games. Along with the Intel Core i7 processor, it features Nvidia GeForce 2 GB graphics. This Lenovo AIO supports genuine Windows 7 Home Premium and is Windows 8 ready. It has upto 8 GB DDR3 memory, upto 1TB HDD and upto 64 GB SSD storage. Lenovo has also lets you choose from DVD reader/ writer or Blu-ray Disc drive. On the connectivity front, one will find support for Bluetooth 1 and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. It also comes embedded with USB 2.0, USB 3.0 connectors, HDMI in/out for connecting to other high-definition devices and 6-in-1 card reader.

The integrated stereo speakers support Dolby Home Theatre V4 audio enhancement and Lenovo’s Rescue System infuses data backup and recovery. There is an integrated TV tuner. Lenovo’s Enhanced Experience 3 for Windows 7 with RapidBoot ensures start up happens 40 percent faster than a typical Windows 7 computer. Lenovo has also included its Camera Fun Zone. Its dynamic brightness system protects your eyes by automatically adjusting screen brightness based on ambient light conditions. Eye Distance System alerts users if they are too close to the screen.

Earlier this month, Lenovo had launched its tiny, space saving desktops. Going by trends in the Enterprise PC industry, it is suggested that an increasing number of organizations now prefer PCs that occupy less space and consume lower amounts of energy, yet perform at optimal levels. The company introduced the ThinkCentre M72e and M92p Tiny desktops with power-saving features for enterprise users. The tiny desktop PCs also offer uncompromised security, quicker productivity and reliability to users. The ThinkCentre M72e Tiny desktop touts to be industry’s first 1L Enterprise desktop with VESA mount support for multiple mounting options while the the ThinkCentre M92p is said to be world’s smallest “vPro” certified PC engineered for Enterprises customers.

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